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Dark galaxies and lost baryons : proceedings of the 244th symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, June 25-29, 2007 / edited by Jonathan I. Davies and Michael J. Disney.

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Corporate Author:
International Astronomical Union. Symposium (244th : 2007 : Cardiff, Wales)
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2008
Imprint:
Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xiv, 406 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents:
  • Preface-- Conference prelims-- The HI that barked in the night M. J. Disney-- The detection of dark galaxies in blind HI surveys J. I. Davies-- Red haloes of galaxies - reservoirs of baryonic dark matter? E. Zackrisson, N. Bergvall, C. Flynn, G. Ostlin, G. Micheva and B. Baldwell-- Constraints on dark and visible mass in galaxies from strong gravitational lensing S. Dye and S. Warren-- Lost baryons at low redshift S. Mathur, F. Nicastro and R. Williams-- Observed properties of dark matter on small spatial scales R. Wyse and G. Gilmore-- The mass distribution in spiral galaxies P. Salucci-- Connecting lost baryons and dark galaxies via QSO absorption lines T. Tripp-- ALFALFA: HI cosmology in the local universe R. Giovanelli-- The ALFALFA search for (almost) dark galaxies across the HI mass function M. Haynes-- HI clouds detected towards Virgo with the Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA Survey B. Kent-- Cosmic variance in the HI mass function S. Schneider-- The Arecibo Galaxy Environments Survey - potential for finding dark galaxies and results so far R. Minchin et al.-- Free-floating HI clouds in the M81 group E. Brinks, F. Walter and E. Skillman-- Where are the stars in dark galaxies J. Rosenberg, J. Salzer and J. Cannon-- The halo by halo missing baryon problem S. McGaugh-- The local void is really empty R. Tully-- Voids in the local volume: a limit on appearance of a galaxy in a dark matter halo A. Tikhonov and A. Klypin-- Dim baryons in the cosmic web C. Impey-- A census of baryons in galaxy clusters and groups A. Gonzalez, D. Zaritsky and A. Zabludo-- Statistical properties of the intercluster light from SDSS image stacking S. Zibetti-- QSO strong gravitational lensing and the detection of dark halos A. Maccio-- Strong gravitational lensing: bright galaxies and lost dark-matter L. Koopmans-- Mapping the distribution of luminous and dark matter in strong lensing galaxies I. Ferreras, P. Saha, L. Williams and S. Burles-- Tidal debris posing as dark galaxies P. Duc, F. Bournaud and E. Brinks-- Numerical simulation of the dwarf companions of giant galaxies A. Nelson and P. Williams-- Delayed galaxies C. Struck, M. Hancock, B. Smith, P. Appleton, V. Charmandaris and M. Giroux-- Probe of dark galaxies via disturbed/lopsided isolated galaxies I. Karachentsev, V. Karachentseva, W. Huchtmeier, D. Makarov and S. Kaisin-- Star formation thresholds J. Schaye-- Scaling relations of dwarf galaxies without supernova-driven winds K. Tassis, A. Kravtsov and N. Gnedin-- Star formation in massive low surface brightness galaxies K. O'Neil-- Linking clustering properties and the evolution of low surface brightness galaxies D. Bomans and S. Rosenbaum-- Too small to form a galaxy: how the UV background determines the baryon fraction M. Hoeft, G. Yepes and S. Gottlober-- Star formation in damped Lyman selected galaxies L. Christensen-- Dark-matter content of early-type galaxies with planetary nebulae N. Napolitano et al.-- Hunting for ghosts: low surface brightnesses from pixels R. Scaramella and S. Sabatini-- Baryonic properties of the darkest galaxies E. Grebel-- The dwarf low surface brightness population in different environments of the local universe S. Sabatini, J. Davies, S. Roberts and R. Scaramella-- Mass modelling of dwarf spheroidal galaxies J. Klimentowski et al.-- Evolution of dwarf galaxies in the Centaurus A Group L. Makarova and D. Makarov-- A flat faint end of the Fornax cluster galaxy luminosity function S. Mieske, M. Hilker, L. Infante and C. Mendes de Oliveira-- Can massive dark halos destroy the discs of dwarf galaxies? B. Fuchs and O. Esquivel-- 'Dark galaxies' and local very metal-poor gas-rich galaxies: possible interrelations S. Pustilnik-- Morphology and environment of dwarf galaxies in the local universe H. Ann-- Arecibo survey of HI emission from disk galaxies at redshift z 0.2 B. Catinella, M. Haynes, J. Gardner, A. Connolly and R. Giovanelli-- AGES observations of Abel 1367 L. Cortese et al.-- R.
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Publisher's Summary:
Over the past century astronomers have discovered huge numbers of galaxies within our Universe by detecting the light from the stars they are made of. Now some astronomers believe that there are many other undetected galaxies that do not contain stars. IAU Symposium 244 saw heated debates surrounding the existence of these Dark Galaxies, discussing what a Dark Galaxy is and whether detections satisfy requirements for what one might be. Other contributions describe candidate Dark Galaxies, the baryon content of the Universe, and the discovery of the warm inter-galactic medium and low luminosity galaxies. Highlights include state-of-the-art observations of atomic hydrogen in the Universe that may be used to find Dark Galaxies, how gravitational lensing may be used to map the distribution of matter and inferences of dark structures, and the role of low luminosity galaxies in the formation of larger galaxies.
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Contributor:
Davies, Jonathan I.
Disney, Michael.
Series:
IAU symposium proceedings series ; 244
IAU symposium and colloquium proceedings series.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780521874663
0521874661

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